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.MED File Extension

File Type 1Amiga MED Sound File

DeveloperRBF Software
Popularity
3.4 (7 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files
FormatBinary

What is a MED file?

A MED file is an audio file created by MED or OctaMED, which were sound trackers for the Commodore Amiga. It contains notes, pitches, and effects used to create music tracks and sound sequences.

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In 1991, developer Teijo Kinnunen and publisher RBF Software released OctaMED, a follow-up to the popular MED sound tracker. While MED used only MED files to store sounds, OctaMED used both MED and .8MED files to do the same.

OctaMED was notable for being able to play eight-channel audio on the Commodore Amiga's four-channel sound chip. While OctaMED was ported to Windows in the late 1990s (under the name MED Soundstudio), it is no longer developed or maintained.

How do I open a MED file?

You can open and play MED files in:

VLC does not officially support MED files but plays them fairly accurately. OpenMPT converts MED files to a more modern format after you import them, so the program can manage them more easily.

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Programs that open MED files

Updated 2/17/2021

File Type 2RSView Development Project

DeveloperRockwell Automation
Popularity
3.5 (2 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files
FormatN/A

.MED File Association 2

Software development project created with RSView Studio software, such as RSView ME (Machine Edition); stores program information and references to other project files; used for creating HMI (Human Machine Interface) applications.

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MED files can be compiled into RSView runtime (.MER) files when completed.

Programs that open MED files

Updated 5/5/2008

About MED Files

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